|Fourth Raaneki Games|
|Host||Queen Anguri and King Krama of Raaneka|
|Location||Bandar and Sarab, Raaneka|
|Previous||Third Raaneki Games|
|Next|| Fifth Raaneki Games
The schedule and events were identical to the Third Games. Griend defended his title in the Duel competition, while the Caragita was won by a Quill for the second Games in succession, this time by the controversial Tupelo Cornus. Tupelo was later stripped of his title and his victor's statue defaced by Queen Anguri following his coup of 399 in AQUA.
This was the first Games to feature contestants from the Salterri Imperium.
These Games were also noteworthy for a demonstration event by Jarrland, at which the recently- (and illegally) acquired printing press was unveiled and sold to various buyers. When this was discovered by the press's inventors in Ashenia, a diplomatic incident resulted which took nearly thirty years to resolve.
Revelry in the streets of Bandar of Many Colors
Mock Naval Battle in Bandar Harbor
Mounted Race begins at the gates of Bandar
Ranged Tournament at Raaneka Stadium
Duel Tournament at Raaneka Stadium
Mass Melee at Raaneka Stadium
Mounted Race through the Lower Berrylands
Caragita at Raaneka Stadium (foot race, long jump, javelin throw, wrestling)
Mounted Race ends at the gates of Sarab
Art Contest at Raaneka Stadium Plaza
Revelry in the streets of Sarab
In addition to whatever awards were given by their nations, victorious contestants received a crown made of berry vines, one years' store of Raaneki wine, and a life-size statue of their likeness in the Victors’ Plaza.
Mass Melee: Sir Bapa Adite (Commander), Raaneka
Mock Naval Battle: Prince Jacob Serendel (Captain), Qarimos
Ranged Tournament: Alara Sacco, Qarimos